The contest to succeed Donald Trump at the head of the Republican Party is on.
Not everyone's thrilled.
State Rep. Jared Patterson used the deadly shooting to promote legislation that makes it easier for people to carry guns.
"There's a lot of confusion in the Twitterverse about that," the Texas senator confessed.
“We’ve all agreed for a long time that we need to invest more in American infrastructure, we just disagree about how to pay for it," Sen. Chris Coons said.
"Please put aside all the harsh rhetoric about immigration. Please put aside tryin’ to score political points," urged the former president.
“We’re talking about the fact that 560,000 people in our country have died," the country's top infectious disease expert told CNN.
As Florida’s coronavirus vaccine distribution rolled out, white, well-off communities disproportionately received better access to the shots.
Journalist E. Jean Carroll's attorneys argue that's both "wrong and dangerous."
“The time to act is not later, but now," said a community leader.